New Englander, writer, photographer, IT extraordinaire and amateur mechanic.
1996 Mazda MX-5 Miata
After a couple of weeks of struggling with fitment and just plain old free time I have finally inst
Frame Rail reinforcement installs are much easier with a buddy or longer arms than I have >_<
After months of the car sitting on jack stands I've finally had time to finish replacing the sway b
Although the "old fluid" didn't look like sludge, shifting is a lot smoother. Go figure? Of course
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Finally got some more time and less oppressively humid weather to finish the radiator replacement a
Hanging with my Pitmix Fiona while I do some cleanup
Tear down and rebuild...
Not everyday that you find a pair of very old sunglasses behind a Miata's tombstone center console.
Looking forward to this!
Ah, the good ol' pen in the fuel line trick.
That is such a cheat. I have a 2001 NB and the fittings on the fuel lines effectively make this method useless. I had to swim in fuel for a few seconds while switching the filter. So much fun!
Ah, bummer... the only reason I got a little fuel on myself is because I had a brain fart in the middle of the process and somehow forgot that gravity still applied :P